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Oct 31, 2012 2:30pm PDT
on immigration reform? >> i think the economy has improved, and we are not in an emergency situation. the reality remains that the congressional republican party is for a much against immigration reform, so if the president is reelected, i think he will have a tremendous amount of support and an obligation to fulfill some promises, and that will be one of his priorities going forward. tavis: what happens if this does not become a major priority for him to? >> i think that would be a problem. i think he would lose a lot of support, and people would be betrayed. immigration reform has to be understood by recovery. there are nonpartisan studies that show immigration reform is a mechanism to drive economic growth. it just makes sense to america. there is a and a emotional aspect, and people feel really hurt and pushed away, but at the end of today, it is an economic issue, and that is the way it has to be framed. tavis: tell me why you believe they will take a different tack if mr. obama wins. if the president wins, he wins with a significant slice. the overwhelming majority of latinos will have vote
Nov 2, 2012 12:30am EDT
have significant reserves of shale gas. we also have right now the second largest growing economy in all of the oecd countries. we have very low levels of inflation. we have very low levels of unemployment. we have just created this year 780,000 new jobs. >> rose: but is tourism down because of all of the stories of violence against tourism. >> no, in 2011 tourism has reached record numbers. it has increased by 18% relative to what we had at the beginning of our term. we had a figure here 191 million total tourists between, internal tourists and 23.4 international tourists. everyone going to mexico is returning back to their countries and saying it's worth. >> rose: what will be an optimal, how does a good relationship between mexico and the united states, what elements would it have and how would it be of great benefit to both the economic and cultural life of those countries? >> i think we need to recognize that we share geography, we share history. we share future, our future. i think the more we think about north america as a region. >> rose: from canada to mexico. >> from
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